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Feel free to contact Wild Elements with any bookings, questions, projects, collaborative partnerships or feedback about any of our services via:
Rivendell Building, Bangor University Treborth Botanic Garden, Bangor, Gwynedd, LL57 2RQ
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One week you’re planting bulbs and pruning tomatoes, the next you’re laying foundations for a greenhouse and building bespoke benches and planters!
Our friendly, relaxed Job Club is open to people of all ages who want to socialise, gain work experience/qualifications or enjoy nature, and students who need to increase their employability points.
Job Club offers hands-on horticultural, environmental, gardening, conservation and joinery tasks to improve well-being and life prospects and provide a range of practical skills and work experience. Job Club attendees not only learn how to grow healthy, organic food, but also learn how to cook it.
Job Club takes place weekly for 48 weeks a year, in rain, shine or snow, but not high winds!
Wild Elements started Job Club in 2016 with funding from Bangor University’s Widening Access Department. People come from Bangor, Caernarfon, Felinheli and Anglesey, with 1,166 attendances up to December 2018. Wild Elements has also helped Job Club attendees obtain accredited qualifications.
To join Job Club or for more information, please contact us.